Although he's "branching out now to ABC," Baldwin still keeps in touch with his "Firefly" buddies, including star Nathan Fillion.
"We just had a party over at Nate's house," he says, "and Joss showed up, so we had some nice reminiscences. He's still down in the salt mines writing 'Wonder Woman,' and when he will finish with that, we don't know. I have no idea what's in his head."
Can't Stop the Signal: Firefly in the Media
Posted Mar 14, 2006 @ 5:15 PM
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Edited by prodigalchicken, Mar 14, 2006 @ 5:29 PM.
Posted Mar 16, 2006 @ 6:10 AM
The first of course is The Signal. Now in Season 2 and in full on campaign mode. The focus is on the show and movie, and getting our Big Damn Trilogy.
The second is Firefly Talk. This one's more fan-oriented and about what's already gone on in the 'verse, plus talk about fanfic and the various Firefly forums out there.
Edited by SVNBob, Mar 16, 2006 @ 6:12 AM.
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Posted Mar 28, 2006 @ 7:21 PM
"We'll see Willie Garson," executive producer Brad Wright told GateWorld exclusively. "He's coming back. It's sort of a full circle thing. The story, in short strokes, is Martin Lloyd has come to the S.G.C. because even though "Wormhole X-Treme!" was cancelled after three episodes, it did so well on DVD they're making a feature. A little kiss to "Serenity" and Firefly, which was possibly one of the best cancelled series in history. And we're the Air Force consultants on the script."
Is it wrong that this makes me want to watch the show?
Posted Mar 29, 2006 @ 12:36 AM
Posted Mar 31, 2006 @ 2:39 PM
Serenity is wiping the floor with Harry Potter and Narnia.
As it should be.
Posted Apr 1, 2006 @ 1:01 AM
Gah. Urge. To throw. Things at Fox. Rising.
All together now... GORRAM FOX!
Posted Apr 2, 2006 @ 11:54 AM
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Posted May 8, 2006 @ 2:13 PM
I think right now it's an impossibility, the show coming back -- Family Guy was thankfully composed of voice talent, so that an actor can complete a week's work in a few hours recording time. An hour-long series requires something like 8 days -- of long-ass days -- to shoot, and many of the actors (AT, NF, GT, AB) have moved on and won't be able to commit to a re-booted series. While I suspect that a theatrical sequel is probably unlikely to get greenlighted, b/c of profitability issues. But there are other avenues, and the DVD sales are fricken impressive.
Posted May 9, 2006 @ 7:36 AM
That's right. Every episode of Firefly ever produced, available for legal download. The whole series runs $25.99, but you can buy the pilot for $1.99.
What an -awesome- way to hook people who are leery about shelling out for the entire DVD set! I'm so stoked! I might just buy another copy of the season to help out the show.
Posted May 10, 2006 @ 6:23 PM
It's like fanfic made better!
Posted May 19, 2006 @ 3:30 AM
and pics of Joss being presented the special Equality Now award by Meryl Streep.
Posted May 19, 2006 @ 5:00 PM
Posted May 28, 2006 @ 10:41 AM
Joss accepted the award saying he, "liked it but didn't love it." Parphasing: It was kinda weird ya know a western and space but I guess you love it.
Mal lost Best Movie Hero to Batman and Gina appeared to award the "Spacey" for Best Ensemble TV Cast and talked about the great Firefly cast.
Posted Jul 17, 2006 @ 5:35 PM
Finding himself on the same flight from Vancouver as Nathan Fillion, the Edmonton-born actor who played Capt. Malcolm Reynolds in Joss Whedon’s Firefly and later in the feature film Serenity, Browder says he buttonholed Fillion and they swapped war stories about Firefly and Farscape.
Why am I never on these flights?
Posted Jul 17, 2006 @ 8:26 PM
Posted Jul 19, 2006 @ 3:49 AM
Some of the Houston Area Browncoats are working the current Shuttle and Station Mission and they got the Captain's quote about love uplinked to the ISS crew in tomorrow morning's daily summary. Below is the review copy of the daily summary:
It's great to have three crewmembers aboard ISS again! Welcome to your new home, Thomas!
"You know what the first rule of flyin' is? … Love. You can know all the math in the 'Verse, but you take a boat in the air that you don't love, she'll shake you off just as sure as the turn of the worlds. Love keeps her in the air when she oughtta fall down… tells ya she's hurtin' before she keels… makes her a home."
-- Captain Malcolm Reynolds in "Serenity"
Now that is awesomely cool. Though it shouldn't surprise me a bit that NASA people might possibly be sci-fi fans; didn't they shoot Gene Roddenberry's ashes into space?